Balto Speaks!

“Dogs do speak, but only to those who know how to listen.” This popular quote from Nobel Prize winner Orhan Pamuk certainly rings true in New York City, where fans of Fidos can now call to hear the “voice” of a canine whose courage still speaks volumes about the loyal nature of our four-legged companions. […]

Dog Art: Dog Sculptures in Canada

Continuing our series on dog art around the world, we take a look at sculptures of canines in Canada that have managed to carve a place in history as well as in the hearts of dog lovers. The Atlantic Region Gander, Newfoundland and Labrador Visitors to the Gander Heritage Memorial Park can pay their respects […]

Dog Art: Dog Sculptures in Scotland

The mythical unicorn may be the official animal of Scotland, but from the multitude of statues that pay tribute to our tail-wagging chums it’s easy to see that dogs have always held a special place in the collective heart of the country’s people. Continuing our series on dog art, we take a look at Scottish […]

Dog Sculptures in Wales

The birthplace of such breeds as the Welsh Corgi, the Welsh Springer Spaniel and the Welsh Sheepdog, Wales is also home to several famous dog sculptures. In DogTipper’s ongoing look at the link between fine art and our four-legged friends, we shine a spotlight on depictions of dogs in the country known as “the land […]

Dog Art: Dog Sculptures in Australia

Aristotle once wrote that “The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance.” Over the years Australian artists have unleashed their skills through the medium of sculpture to express the significance of dogs in our lives. In the second installment of DogTipper’s series of articles that shine […]